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Swaminarayan Hinduism : tradition, adaptation and identity

Author: Raymond Brady Williams; Yogi Trivedi
Publisher: New Delhi, India : Oxford University Press, 2016.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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Swaminarayan Hinduism is rooted in its formation in India at the cusp of the early modern and colonial period. This book explores the new discoveries, recent research and interpretation of the history, doctrine, devotional arts, and transnational developments to provide a foundation for a more comprehensive understanding of contemporary Swaminarayan growth, belief and practice. The themes that trace through the  Read more...
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Swaminarayan Hinduism.
New Delhi : Oxford University Press, 2016
(DLC) 2015431681
(OCoLC)951155779
Named Person: Sahajānanda, Swami; Sahajānanda, Swami
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Raymond Brady Williams; Yogi Trivedi
ISBN: 9780199086573 0199086575
OCLC Number: 948338914
Description: 1 online resource : illustrations
Contents: I. History. Introduction to history / Raymond Brady Williams --
Situating the Swaminarayan tradition in the historiography of modern Hindu reform / Brian A. Hatcher --
Sahajanand Swami's language and communication / Makrand Mehta --
Gujarati socio-religious context of Swaminarayan devotion and doctrine / Françoise Mallison --
Swaminarayan and British contacts in Gujarat in the 1820s / Sadhu Paramtattvadas and Raymond Brady Williams with an Appendix on historical dating by Sadhu Amrutvijaydas --
The Swaminarayan ideology and Kolis in Gujarat / Vibhuti Parikh --
Sahajanand Swami's approach to caste / Sadhu Mangalnidhidas --
II. Theology and literature. Introduction to Theology and literature / Yogi Trivedi --
The Swaminarayan commentarial tradition / Arun Brahmbhatt --
Akshara and its four forms in Swaminarayan's doctrine / Smit Gadhia --
Swaminarayan's Brahmajnana as Aksarabrahma-Parabrahma-Darsanam / Sadhu Bhadreshdas ; translated by Sadhu Aksharananddas --
Multivalent Krishna-bhakti in Premanand's poetry / Yogi Trivedi --
Brahmanand and his innovations in the Barahmasa genre / Dalpat Rajpurohit --
III. The arts and architecture. Introduction to The arts and architecture / Yogi Trivedi --
Early Swaminarayan iconography and its relationship to Vaishnavism / Cynthia Packert --
Swaminarayan temple building: tradition and innovation / Rabindra Vasavada --
The Nagara tradition of temple architecture and 'truth to Shastra' / Adam Hardy --
IV. Transnational networks. Introduction to Transnational networks / Raymond Brady Williams --
Development of Swaminarayan Hinduism in Uganda and the Kampala Temple / Paddy Musana --
Transnational growth of BAPS in East Africa / Sadhu Vivekjivandas with Mahendrabhai Patel and Sadhu Ishwarcharandas --
Terrorism and interfaith relations at Swaminarayan Akshardham in Gandhinagar / Sadhu Brahmaviharidas --
Construction of the BAPS Swaminarayan Temple in Chino Hills, California: a case study in interfaith bridge-building / Kalpesh Bhatt --
Thinking through Akshardham and the making of the Swaminarayan self / Hanna Kim --
Swaminarayan (BAPS) identity formation in virtual transnationalism / Andrew Kunze.
Responsibility: edited by Raymond Brady Williams, Yogi Trivedi.

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Swaminarayan Hinduism is rooted in its formation in India at the cusp of the early modern and colonial period. This book explores the new discoveries, recent research and interpretation of the history, doctrine, devotional arts, and transnational developments to provide a foundation for a more comprehensive understanding of contemporary Swaminarayan growth, belief and practice. The themes that trace through the analyses are tradition and adaptation in the historical and social process of creating a complex new religious identity in response to social, economic and political changes. The book contains current academic research from several disciplines including history, theology, the arts, architecture, sociology, and migration studies.

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The book contains material of diverse kinds concerning the Swaminarayan movement. * Jeanna Openshaw, Expository Times *

 
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